Education

Jack-o-Lantern Time And suddenly it’s pumpkin-carving time again. Carve them too soon and they’re rotten by Halloween. Wait too long and what’s the point? On Wednesday, the East Hampton Library will provide all the materials for...
Citing concerns about privacy, security, and potential distraction, the East Hampton School District has withdrawn cooperation in a planned series of articles in The East Hampton Star that would have profiled kindergarten students at the John M....
Creature Camouflage On Sunday at 10 a.m. at the South Fork Natural History Museum in Bridgehampton, Melanie Meade will lead a program for 3 to 6-year-olds on how animals camouflage themselves in nature. Kids will play an outdoor game and then do...
Update: According to Kerri S. Stevens, Monday's board meeting to interview candidates was cancelled. No further information was available.
The East Hampton Library’s children’s addition, which opened in June, has paid immediate dividends in the form of a marked increase in participation in its children’s summer reading program.
At open houses and back-to-school nights last month and this, students and their families from the Bridgehampton School all the way to Montauk have been receiving a free Food Book created by the Edible School Garden Group and published with the...
Paddlers for Humanity, an East Hampton-based nonprofit organization, has donated more than $80,000 to help fund youth mental health programs during the coming year at a handful of local schools. During tight budgetary times, when many districts...
“Mockingbird” Auditions
In what has become an annual tradition at the John M. Marshall Elementary School, the entire student body filed onto the field on Sept. 19, handmade pinwheels in hand, to form a giant peace sign to mark the United Nations International Day of Peace.